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The cast of “Yellow Vests” vomited during the filming of a macabre episode

The cast of the Yellowjackets vomited during the filming of a macabre episode
The cast of “Yellow Vests” vomited during the filming of a macabre episode

Some Yellow Jackets’ stars threw up while filming the shocking twist on the show’s latest episode, the cast recently revealed.

The episode involves eating and burning a corpse. Speaking about the rude scene, Shauna actress Sophie Nélisse told Entertainment Weekly, “It was really shocking to us when we walked in and saw Jackie dead on the wood.”

“Even though we were eating fake, like rice paper, the image was so vivid. What we were choosing seemed so real our brains couldn’t decipher and we were all gagged as soon as they called cut. It was disgusting. ”

Jasmin Savoy Brown (Taissa) added: “It was rice paper for the skin and then the inside was jackfruit. The consistency was like flesh. A few people vomited. And if you think that’s bad, it’s only episode 2.”

Co-showrunner Ashley Lyle explained that they had “a lot of early conversations in the writers’ room” about the scenes, explaining, “We were like, ‘Let’s get crazy early and announce our intentions.’ bar there and then we’ll try to top it.”

Fellow showrunner Jonathan Lisco added: “One of our many mantras is that the show is not about whether cannibalism [happens]. We tell you in the pilot. That is why.”

He further explained, “We’re the kind of writers who think we can do it early, because the show isn’t just about shock value, it’s not just about incidents or concrete plotlines. .

“And we have a lot of emotional and psychological ground to explore beyond what happens at the end of Episode 2.”

Created by Ashley Lyle and Bart Nickerson, The Yellowjackets Season 2 catches up with the football team as they dread a harsh winter in the woods.

Showtime’s time-shifting paranormal thriller follows a high school football team that finds itself stranded in the Ontario wilderness following a plane crash.

yellow jackets received seven Emmys in the drama categories in 2022, including nods for series, lead actress (Lynskey), supporting actress (Ricci), direction (Kusama).

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